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Snap Judgment: The Most Intriguing Films at Sundance 2015

With the festival lineup finally trickling out, we find ten reasons to make the trek to Park City

Jonathan Gold Gets His Own Documentary

The Pulitzer Prize-winning critic is the subject of City of Gold, which will premiere at Sundance
A Girl Walks Alone at Night

Sundance NEXT Fest Tunes Up for a Musical Weekend

In its second year, the indie cinema showcase tries to find its identity at the intersection of music and film. How’s that working?

Sundance 2014: The Final Tally

An Indonesian film offers a bit of the old ultra-violence, a documentary about rural Missouri wins hearts, and a British actor does a brilliant job playing a reformed L.A. gangster

Sundance 2014: The Midweek Round-up

Killer cats, villainous doppelgangers, and a film shot over the course of 12 years are among the offerings at Sundance's halfway point

Sundance 2014: Aaron Paul’s New Role, A Notorious South Korean Court Case & More Films from the First Weekend

From a slow-burn French thriller and a notorious South Korean court case to Aaron Paul’s latest role and a 3D retelling of Madame Butterfly, here are six buzzworthy films from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival

Sundance’s Westward Gaze: 9 Festival Films With L.A. Links

From the waning bohemia of 1970s Hollywood to reformed gangsters, here are the most buzzworthy L.A. films at this years mega-film fest.

Sundance Comes to L.A.: 5 Must-See Flicks This Weekend at NEXT WEEKEND

Don't worry if you can't make it to Park City; Park City is coming to you. The Sundance Institute will debut its first Los Angeles mini-festival this weekend.

Sundance Mini-Fest Coming to L.A. in August

The four-day film fest will include standouts from this year's full Sundance festival, as well as some new arrivals

The Weekender: Park City

Mixing big-city sophistication and gorgeous terrain, the Utah ski town can give Aspen a run for its money